Einstein's Universe: A Guide to the Theory of Relativity

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Penguin, 1990 - Science - 254 pages
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The author assesses Einstein's vision and discusses such questions as how a black hole can keep you young and why a falling person feels no force of gravity. From the author of Spaceship Earth and Violent Universe.

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User Review  - Ajitabh Pandey - Goodreads

http://ajitabhpandey.info/2014/08/einsteins-universe/ An excellent book written for ordinary people who want to understand about Einstein's ideas on universe. Written in a very simple language and no ... Read full review

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User Review  - Sasha Samardzija - Goodreads

Excellent book - many ideas beautifully presented, although some of them not fully explained. For example photon energy and Doppler effect - my opinion is that the more space should have been reserved ... Read full review

Contents

Authors Note
7
Cosmic Whirlwind
11
The Wasting Sun
21
Copyright

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About the author (1990)

Niger Calder is the author of Marine Diesel Engines (1987, 1991) and Boatowner's Mechanical and Electrical Manual (1989, 1995), the success of which has made him the most sought-after marine how-to writer in the U.S. and U.K. He has published more than 800 magazine articles in SAIL, Cruising World, Ocean Navigator, Yachting World, etc., and lectures on cruising to sell-out crowds. He is also the author of The Cruising Guide to The Northwest Caribbean (IM, 1991) and Cuba: A Cruising Guide (Imray, 1996). He will be testing his newest ideas with his family during a six-month cruise to the Caribbean and South America this winter.

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